A teacher has shot dead at least six colleagues in Saudi Arabia's southern Jazan province, officials have said.
The boss of the airline Lufthansa, Carsten Spohr, has told the BBC that there was nothing that Lufthansa could have done to prevent the Germanwings crash last year.
A man charged with stalking Gwyneth Paltrow tells a Los Angeles court he sent her dozens of letters in the hope she might want to marry him.
Dozens die in fire and riot at prison in northern Mexican city of Monterrey, media reports say
A pod of whales stranded in Fife in 2012 are found to have had high concentrations of toxic chemicals in their bodies, scientists find.
Google's UK head, Matt Brittin, is asked about his salary as he appeared before the Public Accounts Committee.
Pope Francis sends more than 1,000 priests on a global mission to forgive grave sins that normally only he, or a top Church official, may pardon.
The US National Transportation Safety Board says shipments of lithium-ion batteries on planes should be restricted because of safety fears.
Manchester United announce that revenue in the three months to 31 December rose 26.6% to £133.8m.
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India's capital Delhi announces a second round of car rationing aimed at curbing alarming pollution levels.
Passengers on board a cruise ship battered by a major Atlantic storm off the US east coast, have been speaking about their voyage on the high seas.
Google's UK chief defends the search giant's tax arrangements in a hearing before MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
The Palestinian Authority and the United Nations make a joint appeal for $571m (£395m) to provide humanitarian assistance to 1.8 million Palestinians.
Dan Biggar recovers from an ankle injury and will start in an unchanged Wales side against Scotland in Cardiff on Saturday.
Two suspected people-smugglers are on trial in connection with the death of Syrian boy Alan Kurdi and four other people.
Liverpool's owners are told the fight to make football affordable will go on despite the club's reverse on ticket prices.
Assailants hurl petrol bombs and fire shots at the offices of two pro-government Turkish newspapers in Istanbul, the papers and the police say.
London's top shares fall nearly 3%, while other European markets see even bigger falls, amid anxiety about the health of the global economy.
Winter rains have led to squalid conditions in the migrant camps of northern France. Yet one British citizen has chosen to live in Dunkirk, to be with his family.